He is no fool (Jim Elliot)
The rainmaker’s friend (James Chalmers)
Lights in Lisuland (Isobel Kuhn)
Danger on the streets of gold (Adoniram Judson)
A slave set free (John Newton)
On his majesty’s service (Helen Roseveare)
Africa’s brave heart (Robert Moffat)
Life is an adventure (Robert Murray McCheyne)
The story behind the stories (Patricia St John)
Daring in the desert (Lilias Trotter)
The children’s champion (George Muller)
"What If...?" Just two little words, but two little words that can change the world!
The Scientist asks "What If?" and a new medicine is discovered.
The Inventor asks "What If?" and a new product is presented to the world.
The Politician asks "What If?" and a country's government is improved.
But what happens when the teenager asks "What If?"
Rachel Anderson is a typical 14 year old trying to work her way through high school. But then she's asked some “What If?” questions and life begins to change. What possibilities could open up if she auditioned for the school play? How would life be different if Jesus was one of her school friends?
As Rachel faces these new challenges friendships change in unexpected ways.
Why Not…? Just two little words. Two little words that can strike fear or bring encouragement depending on who is asking.
Fourteen-year-old Andrew McFarlane thinks of himself as just average, especially now he is spending more time with the popular group at school. Andrew needs to make decisions on subject choices, girlfriends, friendships and faith, but are the people around him looking out for their own interests or his?
Why not read Andrew’s story and find out?
The Dagger's Curse
Wendy H Jones
An ancient Egyptian dagger. A hungry curse. A city under siege. In the dead of night the ancient dagger is stolen from the museum in Dundee. As mysterious accidents, illness and even death stalk the city, the Detective Duo, Fergus Bernstein and Flora MacDonald, follow clues that lead them into ever increasing danger. Can they find the dagger and break the curse before it’s too late?
The Haunted Broch
Wendy H Jones
A Scottish Broch. An archaeologist scorned. A ghost disturbed. The Detective Duo, Fergus and Flora, are spending their summer on an archaeological dig, searching for the Lost Broch. But someone—or something—seems set on sabotaging the project. An infestation of spiders—a swarm of mice—the campsite trashed—who knew archaeology could be so dangerous? And is the Lost Broch really under a curse?
The Fortune Teller of Philippi
Melissa, the daughter of a Roman army officer, enjoys a wow moment when she meets Merekl, a young cloth merchant with laughter in his voice. But as she follows the path the fortune teller predicts, she plunges ever deeper into darkness and danger. Can Merekl overcome destructive powers and unscrupulous enemies to rescue Melissa?
This dramatic story for 12-14 year olds, woven around events in the Book of Acts, is set in Roman Philippi around the middle of the first century CE. The action, based on thorough research into the world of Ancient Rome, shows how the young Christian church attracted the have-nots of the ruthless Roman world and enriched their lives with a sense of belonging to a diverse, joyful community.